An Adventurous Cub Meets Nessssss by R. N. Dunne

Age Range: 3 - 12 years Grade Level: Kindergarten - 6 Paperback: 40 pages Rated it: 4 Stars I’ve received a free copy from Author Marketing Ideas on behalf of the author in exchange for an honest review. The Cubs are eager to go on their very first camping trip. It follows the adventure and mishap of friends... Continue Reading →


Fear It: Book Slump | My foray into Stoicism

It's official. I can't read any more for or at least for the foreseeable future. I don't know if it's because I'm forcing myself into non-fiction or that I'm restricting myself to fewer books at once as I'm wont to read at least four at any given time. Which would be counter-intuitive for the very reason... Continue Reading →

Thoughts on John Green’s Labyrinth

Eyeball that bit of wisdom. Read it again. One more time to be sure. Okay then. Maybe you recognize some of that in yourself, I know I do. An infernally astute quote from John's debut novel, Looking for Alaska. "Infernal" because it illustrates a sort of personal hell I should be scrambling to escape. A... Continue Reading →

Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury

  Rated: 5 Stars Read: August 2nd, 2017 I have read many books in my almost twenty-three years of life and it should not have surprised me how a mere one hundred and ninety something page novel could contain such multitudes. Fireman Guy Montag's world is a bleak futuristic outlook up to its eyeballs in... Continue Reading →

Why do you read?

I'm curious, are many of you readers? By readers I mean do you read to live? Is it essential as the air you breathe? If yes, to read to live isn't the answer to my question though. Is it an escape from reality? A quest for knowledge and empathy? These dead leaves and digitalized words... Continue Reading →

A case of split identity

I have serious shit to do, like work stuff with real consequences and do you know what I'm doing? Guess. Take a wild one. I think perhaps some of you know. When the deadline approaches like when Dean Winchester grabs pie ... I procrastinate aggressively. I've gone and made myself yet another side blog, and... Continue Reading →

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